Category Archives: France

The Purge and the Poets

“When France was liberated at the end of the Second World War, a wind of vengeance swept the country. After being defeated and enduring four years under foreign rule, it was now time to settle old scores. Thousands of French were murdered and executed while as many were imprisoned in concentration camps in a purge similar to the one that followed the French Revolution of 1789.”

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Marine Le Pen: Storming the Globalist Bastille

“When Marine took over from her more fashy papa, she deftly began to reform the image of the Front National, taking on ideas from De Benoist’s New Right and other progressive rightist intellectuals. She moved the party in a more centrist direction, used new language, and reformulated Western politics as a showdown between Globalism vs Nationalism. And what do you know? This appealed to a much wider audience and has brought her within a stone’s throw of victory.”

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Translation: Alain De Benoist on the French Election

French New Right thinker and “intellectual godfather of the Alt-Right,” Alain de Benoist recently gave an interview to the Breton nationalist website Breizh-info.com. He was asked him his reactions to the first round of the French Presidential election, which saw the field narrowed down to civic nationalist Marine Le Pen and the “candidate of the broken system” Emmanuel Macron.

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The Death of France

“Centuries of history, including scores of major wars, dozens of invasions and revolutions, and tens of millions slaughtered in battle, have not sufficed to change the ethnic and cultural character or France. However, mass immigration and differential birth rates threaten to do what the likes of Attila the Hun, Moslem Crusaders, English longbowmen, French Revolutionaries, and German panzers failed to do: i.e. change France in its very essence.”

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